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Season 2 Episode 8- Sometimes You Have To Encourage Yourself

We talk about how we’ve changed and don’t plan on going back to who we used to be. This week’s episode covers what happens when wounds start to close. Join us as The Producer pulls out some deeper thoughts that led to a new mantra. Use Code: Maggie at ProperGnar.com

Season 2- The Art of Healing w/Uncle Al

This week I get an exclusive interview with one of the dopest creative minds I’ve ever known, and he just happens to be my mother’s brother. This season is all about healing and he’s sharing how his art got him through the Pandemic. This week Uncle Al (just my uncle)

A New Day

I am a Xennial. I served in the Navy in 02 under Bush. I was stationed in New Orleans. I have seen dark times. These last four years were hands down the darkest of the ones I’ve witnessed. In 2002, my CIC flew over the heads of people then belted

Episode Six- Retail Therapy

The timestamps are missing on purpose. Listen to the whole thing, jewels are dropped all over. Enjoy! This week’s Artist- Issa AliSong- “Good Morning”Streaming on most major DSPs.

Episode Two- Black Feminism And Wine

This Episode was so much fun to record. Dr. Bates clears up internet fodder, brings us out of Ashy thinking and encourages us to love on ourselves. Tune in for the cheat codes on cheap wine too.

Episode One (Listen Now)

Subscribe, Subscribe, Subscribe! The Season is underway. First episode is a solo one (for the most part) and we are setting the intentions for the journey ahead, including where I stand on Gospel Rap and whether or not the producer will keep his job. Thank you so much for being

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